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3 Behold he comes! he comes to bless
4 But when his voice shall raise the dead,
5 Now may all lands their guilt confess, And JESU's name adore;
His throne with prayer and praise ad-
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That thy way may be known upon earth, thy saving
O bring the nations near,
Exert thy glorious power;
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Gird thy sword upon thy thigh, O Most Mighty, with thy Glory and thy Majesty.-PSALM xlv. 3.
JESUS, immortal King, go on: The glorious day will soon be won; Thine enemies prepare to flee, And leave a conquer'd world to thee. 2 Gird on thy sword, victorious Chief; The captive sinner's sole relief: Cast the Usurper from his throne; And make the universe thine own.
3 Thy footsteps, Lord, with joy we trace,
For love shall reign in ev'ry breast;
5 Hark! how the hosts triumphant sing? "The Lord Omnipotent is King!"
Let all his saints rejoice at this,
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Thou shalt cause the trumpet of the Jubilee to sound.-
HARK! the solemn trumpet sounding,
2 Is the name of JESUS precious?
3 Were you once at awful distance, Wand'ring from the fold of GOD? Could no arm afford assistance;
Nothing save but JESU's blood? Think, how many still are found Strangers to the joyful sound! Brethren, join in supplication,
Join to plead before the Lord;
'Tis his arm that brings salvation,
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The Lord shall be unto thee an everlasting light, and thy GOD thy glory. Thy people also shall be all righteous: they shall inherit the land for ever, the branch of my planting, the work of my hands, that I may be glorified. ISAIAH IX. 19, 21.
COME, divine IMMANUEL, Come:
2 Carry on thy victory,
Spread thy rule from sea to sea;
50 that every soul might be Totally subdu'd to thee!
3 Take the purchase of thy blood, Bring us to a pard'ning GoD ; Give us eyes to see our day, Hearts the glorious truth t' obey. 4 Ears to hear the Gospel sound, "Grace doth more than sin abound;" GOD appeas'd, and man forgiv'n, Peace on earth and joy in heav'n.
O that all in thee might know
6 Now thy mercy's wings expand,
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I have set watchmen upon thy walls, O Jerusalem, which shall never hold their peace, day nor night: ye that make mention of the Lord, keep not silence, and give him no rest, till he establish, and till he make Jerusalem a praise in the earth.-ISAIAH lxii. 6, 7.
LOOK down, O God, with pitying eye, And view the desolations round; See what wide realms in darkness lie; And hurl their idols to the ground! 2 Loud let the gospel-trumpet blow, And call the nations from afar Let all the isles their SAVIOUR know, And earth's remotest ends draw near!
3 Triumphant here let Jesus reign,
And bow all hearts to his command:
Like heav'nly dew in copious show'rs;